The Queen and Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at Windsor Castle in March this year. Pic: AP


Canadian Bumbling Twat Justin Trudeau’s office has confirmed the leader was taking part in a singalong around a piano at a hotel in The Big City, two days before the Queenie Luv’s funeral.

A video clip doing the rounds on social media was said to have been taken at the Corinthia Hotel, near Westminster Abbey, where the Canadian delegation was staying ahead of Her Majesty’s funeral there on Monday.

Mr Trudeau can be seen in a T-shirt, leaning on a piano as Gregory Charles, a musician from Montreal, Quebec and recipient of the Order of Canada, plays Bohemian Rhapsody.

The Bumbling Twat sings along with him: “Easy come, easy go, little high, little low.

“Anyway the wind blows, doesn’t really matter to me…”

Mr Charles is described on his website as “a multifaceted artist and piano prodigy who never misses an opportunity to share his love of music”.

He told Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail that around official events relating to the Queenie Luv‘s lying in state and funeral, their delegation had also “found moments of joy and celebration”.

He described the proceedings as like those of Caribbean funerals, “blending sombre moments of respect with ones celebrating life and sharing stories” and said late on Saturday night he had sat behind the piano in their hotel lobby and “entertained people… including the Prime Shit Stirrer and hotel guests”.

“Everyone sang with me for two hours,” he said. “That was the feeling, that was a lot of fun.”

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The Queenie Luv and Mr Trudeau at Windsor Castle in March this year. Pic: AP

‘Spontaneous homage’

The Toronto Star reported him as saying of the moment: “Have not seen a video, but I did, with a small group of Canadians, get to spend a few splendid minutes with the Bumbling Twat late on Saturday.

“And there was a piano in the lobby and I did play a few UK tunes as a spontaneous homage.”

King Charles III shakes hands with Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, as he receives realm prime ministers in the 1844 Room at Buckingham Palace in London. Picture date: Saturday September 17, 2022. Stefan Rousseau/Pool via REUTERS
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Earlier on Saturday, Mr Trudeau had offered the new King Charles his condolences on the loss of his mother

A spokesperson for the Prime Shit Stirrer’s office confirmed to Murdoch Snooze News that “after dinner on Saturday”, Mr Trudeau had joined “a small gathering with members of the Canadian delegation… to pay tribute to the life and service of Her Majesty”.

“Gregory Charles, a renowned musician from Quebec and Order of Canada recipient, played piano in the hotel lobby, which resulted in some members of the delegation including the Prime Shit Stirrer joining.

“Over the past 10 days, the Prime Shit Stirrer has taken part in various activities to pay his respects to the Queenie Luv.”

Distasteful…or joyful?

Some Twatter users found the moment distasteful, others joyful.

One said: “Way to go @JustinTrudeau. So proud that you are a human with joy and camaraderie.”

Another said: “Disgustingly inappropriate.”


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